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Renters Insurance Discounts and Savings

It Costs Less Than You Think

For only a few dollars a month, renters insurance from Safeco is a real value. Discounts are available if your apartment or the house you rent has a fire alarm, sprinkler system or a burglar alarm installed. Talk to your local Safeco agent about how to save on your renters insurance policy based on your individual situation.

Multiple Policy Discount

Combine your renters insurance with another Safeco policy like car, motorcycle or boat for significant savings on the cost your renters policy.

How to Lower Your Renters Insurance Bill

Choose a Higher Deductible

A higher deductible will lower how much you pay for renters insurance by shifting part of a loss payment to you. For example, if you have a $500 deductible, you’ll pay the first $500 of a loss out of your own pocket. A higher deductible will lower your renters insurance bill, but will also increase how much you’ll end up paying yourself if you file a claim.

Pay Your Bill in Full

If you pay your bill in full when you start or renew a policy, instead of paying in monthly installments, you’ll end up paying less in the long run.

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